(x) Choice Old Scotch Whisky copperplate script - various {gang}

byngo's picture

script help please, palace script has a lot of similarities but the caps are different. is there an exact match?

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Ratbaggy's picture

Not really too sure about the font, I thought Whiskey was spelled Whiskey, not Whisky. Perhaps an English/US thing.


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all about seb's picture

The Irish and US spell "whiskey" (with an "e") and the Scottish spell it - "whisky" - but don't ask me why... ;)

byngo's picture

I'm not!!

BlueJ's picture

It's a kind of copyright, only Scottish produced can be labeled as Whisky. At least this is the story I heard.

Ratbaggy's picture

Berthold Englische Schreibschrift™ BQ
Englische Schoolbook
EF English Script

all come closer to the sample than Palace, still no "exact" match. Where is the sample from?

byngo's picture

a 'Black and White' whisky case

Ratbaggy's picture

looks like pretty clean sample, nice one.

you're welcome for the suggestions.


BruceS63's picture

The Scots were drunk when they wrote it. ;)

Stephen Coles's picture

Most of these labels are hand scripted. This is a standard copperplate style. You'll probably never match it, but all those fonts come close, including Artscript.

fontplayer's picture

English Hand at Walden gets you in the ballpark...

Bald Condensed's picture

That was the original suggestion by the poster, Dennis. :^P

fontplayer's picture

Oops...I was just looking at the sample.
: )

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